Uncategorized f Robert Pepper hSeptember 27, 2012

FreedomVoice Video Review

FreedomVoice was one of the first providers of toll-free office solutions in the US, dating back to 1996.  This video takes you on a quick tour of their web site.

FreedomVoice, at the time of this article, is waiving fees for porting, local activation, and toll free activation. You have your choice of having a local presence or a national appearance for the same price per minute. FreedomVoice’s introductory plan is $9.95 for 300 minutes. It’s a good introductory price, and take note of the fact that the ten dollar 800 number surcharge is waived, so you can get your choice of an 800 number or an 888 number. If you are looking for a vanity number, you’ll still have to pay $30. As one of their testimonials put it, FreedomVoice was the easiest way to get the unusual vanity number “855-PortaBeer.” Just a reminder of how number porting works: Don’t cancel your existing service, or you’ll lose your number. When you sign up for your new telephone or VoIP provider, fill out a form authorizing them to port your number, which they then send to your old company. You’ll have a temporary number for as long as two weeks, but sometimes as short as one business day. Your new company will disconnect your old service, but be sure to follow up just in case. FreedomVoice has a number of videos in order to explain how their features work, and why you should use them rather than your old telephone or even cell phone provider. FreedomVoice, in addition to toll free numbers, has a few premium features: Call recording for $69.99/mo; Call Queues for $10 each, and Voicemail Transcription for $10/mo. You can also take a sneak peek at FreedomVoice’s other features. There is AdTrakker, a powerful form of Caller ID that lets you know as much as you can about who calls you, which is popular for real estate clients. There is an online fax service. And there is a Hosted PBX system called FreedomIQ. Watch our other videos and subscribe to our channel, Youtube.com/GetVoIPServices Related Articles: - Vanity Numbers Make Businesses Look Great - What is a Queue?

FreedomVoice, at the time of this article, is waiving fees for porting, local activation, and toll free activation. You have your choice of having a local presence or a national appearance for the same price per minute.

FreedomVoice’s introductory plan is $9.95 for 300 minutes. It’s a good introductory price, and take note of the fact that the ten dollar 800 number surcharge is waived, so you can get your choice of an 800 number or an 888 number. If you are looking for a vanity number, you’ll still have to pay $30. As one of their testimonials put it, FreedomVoice was the easiest way to get the unusual vanity number “855-PortaBeer.”

Just a reminder of how number porting works: Don’t cancel your existing service, or you’ll lose your number. When you sign up for your new telephone or VoIP provider, fill out a form authorizing them to port your number, which they then send to your old company. You’ll have a temporary number for as long as two weeks, but sometimes as short as one business day. Your new company will disconnect your old service, but be sure to follow up just in case.

FreedomVoice has a number of videos in order to explain how their features work, and why you should use them rather than your old telephone or even cell phone provider.

FreedomVoice, in addition to toll free numbers, has a few premium features: Call recording for $69.99/mo; Call Queues for $10 each, and Voicemail Transcription for $10/mo.

You can also take a sneak peek at FreedomVoice’s other features.

There is AdTrakker, a powerful form of Caller ID that lets you know as much as you can about who calls you, which is popular for real estate clients.

There is an online fax service. And there is a Hosted PBX system called FreedomIQ. Watch our other videos and subscribe to our channel, Youtube.com/GetVoIPServices

Related Articles:
- Vanity Numbers Make Businesses Look Great
- What is a Queue?

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